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Eliot Kimber Specialization Tutorial in Boston

Eliot Kimber presented his Specialization in Real Time Tutorial at our Boston DITA Users Group

He created a topic specialization for a valentine!

Eliot has given his real-time specialization tutorial to DITA user groups in Austin, TX and Boulder, CO, and now Boston.

We videotaped Eliot. You can see the video at media.skybuilders.com/DITA/KimberSpecialization/. Unfortunately our camcorder had a lot of problems with the color.

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DITA Evolution and the Effect on Content Management Systems

As the Darwin Information Typing Architecutre (DITA) gains wider acceptance as an XML standard for technical documentation, there has been increased activity towards interoperability with other standards, such as S1000D and SCORM, specialization for uses in specific industries, and adaptation for different use cases. Noteworthy is the current effort to adapt DITA for monolithic business documents other than technical documents. This adaptation opens the possibility for techdoc groups to implement DITA without requiring the paradigm shift to topic-based authoring.

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Designing Your Information Architecture for Content Reuse: Five Best Practices

The increasing popularity of Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) means that more users within an organization are looking to repurpose and reuse content across the enterprise. To realize the promise of reuse with DITA, you must optimize the mechanisms it supports and understand how to implement it. When considering the implementation of a reuse strategy, consider the following five best practices.

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Practical Uses for DITA - Part 2: Product Documentation and Training

Location: 
Online
Date: 
26 Mar 2008 - 13:00 - 14:00
Event Type: 
Conference

Practical Uses for DITA - Part 1: Service Manual Application

Location: 
Online
Date: 
11 Mar 2008 - 13:00 - 14:00
Event Type: 
Conference
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